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2022 Women’s NCAAs: Day 3 Finals Preview

Michigan’s Maggie MacNeil will look to defend her 100 butterfly title tonight after placing 5th in prelims. MacNeil is the NCAA record holder in the event.

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The Most & Least Likely Records to Fall at the 2022 Women’s NCAA Championships

The NCAA Championships are exhilarating for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the records that get broken.

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2022 W. NCAA Previews: Faster than 1:50 to Win the 200 Butterfly?

7 of last year’s 8 A finalists are entered into the field again, but the top 2 seeds were not members of the A final last year, which may speed things up.

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2022 W. NCAA Previews: Will Smith Be Back On Top in the 200 Back?

Seven out of last years A finalists are entered in the event again this year. American Record holder Regan Smith joins the mix as well.

2022 W. NCAA Previews: Huske and MacNeil Meet Again In 100 Fly

Huske and MacNeil have met at the international level, but now they will meet at the NCAA level. Huske is the top seed, but MacNeil holds the NCAA record

2022 Women’s Ivy League Fan Guide: Princeton, Harvard Poised for Showdown

Defending Ivy League swimmer of the year Felicia Pasadyn leads Harvard’s charge to take the Ivy League title back from rival Princeton.

2022 NCAA Swimming Conference Championships Primer – Division I

Conference championship season has arrived. See all the links you need here for the Division I meet in February and March.

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2022 NCAA Conference Championships Primer – Division II

Welcome to conference championship season! Here is your handy reference for the Division II conference meets taking place this month.

The Biggest Men’s NCAA Midseason Risers and Fallers

Bob Bowman’s Arizona State Sun Devils made a huge statement in November at the NC State Invite and are the biggest risers so far.

College Swimming Previews: #1 Virginia Women Riding NCAA, Olympic Momentum

The University of Virginia women are riding a wave of momentum after their first NCAA title and a strong medal haul in Tokyo

College Swimming Previews: #2 NC State Women Return Majority of NCAA Squad

The NC State Wolfpack returns nearly all of its 2021 NCAA scoring team which placed 2nd at both the NCAA and ACC Championships in 2021.

College Swimming Previews: Lasco Leads #2 Cal Men In NCAA Title Chase

Destin Lasco was the breakout star for the Cal Bears last season, scoring 49 NCAA points as a freshman.

College Swimming Previews: #3 Texas Adds U.S. Olympians Sullivan and Hernandez

Texas took a massive step in the right direction last season, putting together a greatly improved NCAA team performance, for a 3rd-place finish.

College Swimming Previews: #3 Florida Men Look Steady After Golden Summer

The University of Florida men remain one of the strongest teams in the nation and returns all but one of its 2021 NCAA scorers.

College Previews: #4 Georgia Men Waiting for Matt Sates Mid-Season Boost

The Georgia Bulldogs had their second-highest finish in program history at last year’s NCAA Championship meet, but the graduation of two key pieces will force some creativity to maintain that spot this year.